File 783 - W Miscellaneous (file 3 of 8).

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W Miscellaneous (file 3 of 8).

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The International Press Bureau was a literary agency in Chicago, Ill. owned first by William Gerard Chapman and after his death by his son Gerard. Chapman sold and syndicated pieces for newspaper and magazine features, mostly in the United States.

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  • Wearers' Digest, New York, N.Y. (1937)
  • Weather Bureau, Madison, Wis. (1918)
  • Weaver, J.G., Salt Lake City, Utah. (1914)
  • Weaver, John Van A., Chicago, Ill. (1918)
  • Webb Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minn. (1928)
  • Webber, Morton, Los Angeles, Calif. (1917)
  • Weber, Matilda C., Dayton, Ohio. (1932)
  • Webster, Henry Kitchell, Evanston, Ill. (1920-1921)
  • Webster, T.K., Chicago, Ill. (1910)
  • Wedel, Lois, Cleveland, Ohio. (1950)
  • Weekly Welcome, Boston, Mass. (1933)
  • Weeks, Charles A., Yonders, N.Y. (1919)
  • Wees, Frances Shelly, Toronto, Ont. (1934-1947)
  • Webelin, Oscar, New York, N.Y. (1913)
  • Weil, Abe, New York, N.Y. (1915)
  • Weil, Mathilde, New York, N.Y. (1919-1933)
  • Weiser's Book Store, New York, N.Y. ([19--])
  • Weiss, Sigmund, New York, N.Y. (1941)
  • Welch, Galbraith, New York, N.Y. (1914-1916)
  • Welch, Maud McCurdy, Hot Springs, Ark. (1946)
  • Weld, John, Laguna Beach, Calif. (1951)
  • Well Country Journal, Albuquerque, N.M. (1921)
  • Wellman, Paul I., Kansas City, Mo. (1943)
  • Wells, Daniel, Detroit, Mich. (1924)
  • Wells, H.G., Dunmow, England. (1926)
  • Wells Fargo Express Co., Chicago, Ill. (1909-1915)
  • Wendland, Paul A., Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Werner, Louie, Wood River, Ill. (1918)
  • Wertsner, C.S. & Son, Philadelphia, Pa. (1930)
  • Wesleyan Christian Advocate, Atlanta, Ga. (1931)
  • Wessels & Bissell Company, New York, N.Y. (1910-1911)
  • West, Garden City, N.Y. (1936)
  • West, H.E., Chicago, Ill. (1929)
  • West, Leo, St. Joseph, Mich. (1950)
  • West, Mae, Hollywood, Calif. (1934)
  • West, Magda Frances, Chicago, Ill. (1908)
  • West Coast Lumberman, Seattle, Wash. (1927)
  • West Suburban Magazine, Oak Park, Ill. (1925-1930)
  • West Virginia Review, Charleston, W.Va. (1923)
  • Western, Salt Lake City, Utah. (1929)
  • Western Advertising and Western Business, San Francisco, Calif. (1928-1930)
  • Western Book and Stationery Company, Chicago, Ill. (1919-1922)
  • Western Canadian Motorist, Vancouver, B.C. (1927-1928)
  • Western Clock Company, La Salle, Ill. (1924-1929)
  • Western Farmer, Portland, Or. (1926)
  • Western Farmer, Calgary, Alta. (1930)
  • Western Magazine Co., Chicago, Ill. (1913)
  • Western Motor, Denver, Colo. (1923)
  • Western Newspaper Association, Spokane, Wash. (1922)
  • Western Pain Review, Los Angeles, Calif. (1928)
  • Western Publishers, Atascadero, Calif. (1926)
  • Western Recorder, Louisville, Ky. (1931)
  • Western Review, Chicago, Ill. (1914)
  • Western Romances, New York, N.Y. (1934)
  • Western Rural Home Monthly, Phoenix, Ariz. (1920)
  • Western Story Magazine, New York, N.Y. (1926-1936)
  • Western Supernovel, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Western Trails, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Western Ventilating & Engineering Co., Chicago, Ill. (1938)
  • Western Way In News, Chicago, Ill. (1927)
  • Western Woman, Seattle, Wash. (1927)
  • Westerner, Salt Lake City, Utah. (1929)
  • Westerner, Portland, Or. (1923-1932)
  • Westlake, F. Eliot, Philadelphia, Pa. (1930)
  • Westsider, New York, N.Y. (1933)
  • Weston, George, Coral Gables, Fla. (1944)

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